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Manitoba Organization: Manitoba Association of Parent Councils

Formerly the Manitoba Federation of Home and School Associations.

Presidents

Period

President

Occupation

Location

1935-1941

Miss A. R. Gray

Teacher

East Kildonan

1941-1943

Mrs. Norman Young

Volunteer

Fort Garry

1943-1945

Mr. A. E. G. Parker

Civil Servant

St. Vital

1945-1946

Arthur George Stanley Williams (1909-1981)

Teacher

Elmwood

1946-1948

Mrs. L. L. Budreau

Teacher

Winnipeg

1948-1949

Arthur Victor Pigott (1900-1987)

Teacher, Businessman

Winnipeg

1949-1950

Clarence Ebblewhite Smith (c1906-1980)

Dean, School of Social Work

University of Manitoba

1950-1951

Mr. H. D. Barbour

Director of Community Chest

Winnipeg

1951-1954

Mrs. C. S. Evenden

Welfare Worker

St. Andrews

1954-1957

Mrs. R. E. H. Armstrong

Teacher

Winnipeg

1957-1959

Jean H. Lagasse

Federal Government Social Worker

St. Boniface

1959-1962

Charles Vincent Madder (1913-1993)

School Principal

Winnipeg

1962-?

Mrs. L. Shaffer

Housewife

West Kildonan

Sources:

The Development of the Canadian Home and School and Parent-Teacher Federation and the Relationship of the Manitoba Federation to the National Movement by Charles Vincent Madder, MEd thesis, University of Manitoba, October 1963, Appendix R.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 20 October 2018

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